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? rq " l~ |l he~.vY frost when Uheir grow:th ,has las it llelps it to retain mo~isture, hedges evergreens conifers are I :raring eora/b ~m ~o, o= uot., [o yard is complete without a very satisfactory because ,of their ~the ground freezes 'they can .be lfe~' trees for background, shade year around 'beauty and compact- hed Every Wednesday ~ ;,~ ....... -~d [and beauty. Where to pl.ace them n.es.s. " Printing Co., Publishers I First .c'f all pick out some good, I and how,t,h_ey can oe uses I oe As far as groups o.f evergreens , . class mall mat- healthy s~hru'bs and find the place I next week s ~oplc. as second ~ " 1 *, on grounds are concerned, the im- ter in the post office at Cald I where you want them. You must .... ~p,orbant thing is balance in size: Spring. Minnesota. [study them before this, however, EVERGREENS and .color. Natuealness sh,ould be der 'Lo know how 1.arge thev l .~ striven for in such groups clasp. ~. ___.--.l in o~ ...... Th~s will' .. "1) ~vergreens are mv,alua'ble toColoradoOften a .grouPblue s.pruc~,is compo,Seda Norway'ef a ~ FOOD STAMP PURCHASES SOLICITED --- "---~---'--'" ~row and how far apart ~ney ~ 1 wn since the vill blend . . y,ou a y ~~| ! --1|*. shou.l,dgbe planted, save[ into every landscape setting, giv- JONATHA-N- -- 99c [ ing an atmosphere of richnessspruce and a red cedar. pints~ to' rem;e" l.an~m . ~ I.ewlwhich ~o:therwise would: be lacking. Around the House 1 BOX .......................... 99e lm~[ p " mber when ao.mg] Their beauty lasts twelve months Placing evergreens around the ~~[ T^||, ~his will make ~the task e'asy. F,lr~t[ every yea~~' and there are so many l- BUSHEL .................. $1.59 ~ ~!~[ /~ [ Lhey,shuLdobe planted'as 21~n a:[ types f evergreens t chse huse Tequires much in the line I G ap 3 IbB 25 ~i~l ] p o.ssible a'L.~r you rece~lve t ~ ~ from that no matter what type you of mental pictures. Wihile a II l ~ th.at they will not dry out. Dig the i de.cide on you do not need to w.or- tifulSpruce.it inbecomes a mereitself may be verYsubjectbeaU-of [I i g ~~[ #~_..A,.,|n,~t hole in v~hich they are ~a be plac-[ ry,about having a s terotyped lawn. annoyance if it :is placed directly ~~[ |~H|H]||||~ted ,large enough up .that the rootsI Where to Put in front of awindow. Other mis- ii T Regular ....... ----__15c lb. ............. vumuvmnm'i~ f ...a~ *.~,,~ alp,to ,o'f r~ova to spread )" , , , ~y Ms. ShaU.e ! ............ ,"~ . ..... - -~" Evevgl:eens may oe put to a bakes which are equally obvious ~ I m~l Pitted ................ 19c lb. ~, ~a~:,w ~ out Then place ~ne s~nruo in Ln'~ PLANTING AN~, ,+ .... hele an,c] ~l;l it in with good soil. number .of' uses as windbreaks, in are,o,ften made simply because the OF SHRUBS .... " ~f --anure ma" hedges, against the walls of the evergreen :is just planted, it mat- Ills I1~' New , " - l nt " A'sma' 'u. tt, lnt-o?lnand ,-aded h0.useorin n,atural roups. The ter n o,t where. ~-ast week we discussea P a - be aa~eo to, ~ t s o - .... ,o..~ +~,_. +...... ~,=. ,~o ! l| Crop ...... - .... 1 , ...... w ,o Such mistakes will not be made ~.om.~ shru,bs in the landscap- int6 i,~Then pack the sell wet . ........ . - . .... - " ,. ; _ wherever mey ave uses ,aey if the trees are studied carefully A FEW MORE af y.our home. Now ~s me t~me aroun,a~ ~ne roots. "the snruus should emphasize the h, ouse or set before, planting is started. T;heir get these in. Vhey may be must bewatered well ,abvn you ring and n.ot hinder it. Keep this col.ors, shapes and sizes should .be BUSHELS @ ~lanted either in the f.:fll or the plant them and requently a~(t.er- in mind constantly when selecting' taken invo consideration. By first l~r,inlg. However fall seems to be wards in or'der to keep the soil [RmES and placing evergreens. Because finding out the siz.. an evergreen he better time except for a very mois, t. m and fr0u3 a ~t~'iking outline they the mistake of planting it too close ~w varieties such as buddle,ia Then comes the prun~ing. Re- ~b~ ~re ;heavy and solid objects will grow, you c,an avoid making ~d t.ama.rix. ~ member that the slhru,bs h,ave lost can either make Or .break a land- to the house or to other greens. The reason for planting in t&.~ many roots when they were move,d scape. , You will also know w.aich trees %~|~F Pints Strained___23c al.i is that the soil may be easily and enough ~f the top of them, What to Use ~ ~:- ~re best in em~pty wall spaces and Quarts Strained 39c .~d .and conta, ins plenty of s,h.~,ul,d be cut,back ~t,o,h~!a~.ce this ~ = ,. ...... at~corners w.h.ere the effect of ure. The plan'ts .get a chance loss. When pruning you can ~ee ~vergre~nsf . wmCnea ' aree.ve~O oe uUS'l ne;gh~' ' ' .~s ues~rea ..... bpruee ar- 1./2 Gallons -- 2nd Grade................................ 39e ~come establ.is~hed 4f planted to it that you give the shrub aed or wmdbr k~ ~ r ~ d a .., .... . . ' . -ur,-ose in +hat the,, ~are h~t~ de: ~o~.,Vl~e are sugges~ea ~or tnese1/~ Gallons -- 1st Quality............................ 49e enough too. Another ado.an- nice shape. ~...'+- ..... ~" .... ~,:( u~" ".~ .. two plac,es: un,derneatl~ windows -- i.s the long planCin~g season. A mulch around the pl'ant will ~,~.~,.~ ,~,,. ~.,, ,,~,~e vi+~ .... ............. sho, uld be moved after a *help ta give the plant a good ~tart and Ponerosa pine are two wl~iel~ wh~r~ 10w g~',~o'W!10g tre,?~ =~re R~d- ~orm excellent wln,dbreaks. For ed m ug~o p~o~es 9~ p.fit,~r j/4~d.pers ~ are recommended. A thorough knowledge of the .... phasize the best parts of your FOR R NT -- 5-room upstairs house, By skillful use of ehe trees you can achi, ve varia.tian COLD SPRING, MINN. \ Evening Shows: 7:30 and 9:15 Sunday Mat.: 2:30 ----- ADMISSION ---- ADULTS: 30c, Tax Included. CHILDREN Tag ~partment in Rockville. wi,th wateri HEATREandJ, igh,ts. 7.50 per month. In- , but not confusion. Know ingthe T quir~ at ,the Ree, ord office. 2tp. 1 c,ol,ors is another way of plann,ing F----OR REN--40 acre f, " a pleasant effect. ,.b,uil.dlings, ;4 mi;le~s .sou~hieast of .Certain evergreens seem to fit Watkin:s. Inquire o Joseph Roedl well with certa.in types of h~uses. Eden Valley, Minn. 2bp. tF'r a formal house there are the __o1~( more formal shaped trees sue~h ,as landFORupright'SALE--'M edi,Umpiano; 8-tubeS~ized elee-~ Iformarbr shapeVitae" and'TheSeeanarebe Ofuseda uni-in .[~ic Majeet'ie Radio, walnut cabin- such a way that there will be ~t, ;both ;in excellent condition, perfect baIanee. For a house of Thursday and Friday, October 30 and 31 Tim Holt in ;r$ .. Also Serial and Comedy Saturday, Sunday & Monday, Nov, 1, 2, & 3 ## re~,s~na:ble; 1 Gener~al E~lec,tric Ra]ag~, g.op.'l ~o~dition, $35.00; 2 ,block an.d,* tagi~l:esl ~[~,m[Jte, t.~l 1 'butCher -der~'i.~k; tWO"" ~Tgun~e[ scales; and 1 one-third !l, p, 32, volt .el eah'i mayor, c=heap,--A, F, FOR SALE---.Mediura size Round Oak hea.ter ; also baby bed, in good c.ondit,ion. Inqu ire tlhe Record office. With MELVYN DOUGLAS, RUTH HUSSEY and ELLEN DREW Sunday Matinee at 2:30 Also Cartoon and Pathe News infcem, a] type there are ;the IILore graceful tree l i:to cedar a~.d t.h~s~e ~a!l b~ plal)ted S~)a.s to give ,effect ,of n, at ra!n ss Nest week's colqal. wil| hv de- voted tO the l . tl.ag 'Of ever- gre~e~.a.. . ....... , COLD STORAGE LOCKERS ONIONS --- 10 lbs ....... 29c -- 50 lbs ......... $1.39 CELERY -- Large Stalks ............................ 10c CAULIFLOWER ................................ 15e Head CARROTS ............................................. 5c Bunch HEAD LETTUCE --- 2 for .......................... 15c CABBAGE ................................................... 2c lb. RUTABAGAS .......................................... 2c lb. (in PEABERI Y --- 3 lbs ..................................... 49c VIKING -- 3 lbs. ............................................ 55c strong coffee. XLNT -- 3 lbs. ............................................... 69c can quality, medium strong coffee. SHURFINE -- 3 lbs ....................................... 79c --A mild coffee. SHURFINE BRAND SMALL CANS -- 3 for ................................ 25c 2tp. available at any time, rentals 89c to $1.0'5 per month. The process- FOR RENT--5-room borne in i~ charge of 1c per pound for MED. NO. 2 CANS -- 2 for...................... 23c Cold Spring, aH m~dern .exceptI 0 ,heat. Mrs. Mary Hermanutz. tfc. i chilling' wrapping and LARGE 46- Z. CANS.................................. 23c figured only on the dressed meat actually.,__ FOUND--Keychain and 7 keys. Meat properly chilled/~nd cured, .atOWe~rthe Ree~dmay haveoffice.Same by eall!ingitfc. then cut to uniformfl4iiekness will i " i serve ene~gh add~onal meals to FIRST GRADE -- 3 lbs ............................... 23c ,0 ioffset preciS'sing and rental New t res ,l e teL eha ge . I I'f not en-SECOND GRADE -- 5 lbs........................... 19c good shape. Left for army ,and'tirely i el your rent want ~ ~).l q~iek.--Alex Zie~de~i will be re'~unded~ .... ; --See Leo Zierd, e,, G!1 ri.g, , 1 HUNTERSI By a ruling this --3 u.PsT. iIPOS ROOMS fOr--re i, !week from the Atorney General, 3 BOXES ........................................................ Tuesday and Wednesday, November 4 and O modern e ce.pt toilet and bathl Ai- !heads and feet may he removed $$$$ Worth of Entertainment! ,so furn|ture flo,r sale, Inquire at for Locker storage of Ducks and $ ic(d (r Cl u ;bed I)ime tpple Record Office. tfc, pheasaats. PETERS MARKET MED. SIZED NO. 2 CANS---2 for ........ 29c FOR SALE--Baby bed, 34x60,' .... , With ADOLPH MENJOUI, CAROLE LANDIS, and cradle and high oh,air. Inquire at . .............. 3 BOTTLES SCOTT.......... 25c r~ecoro OlllC~ ~ie JOHN HL BARD TITION TO VACATE STREET 2 Bottles TASTEWELL .... 21c Also Fox News and Comedy Get your No Trespassing and[ o ..... "Leased Property" signs at the)in-t~~'=-'~?'~ Y': .... ",~'" ~:"~.7.:" 2 BOTTLES SHURFINE............................ 29c ..... I ~ ~ereques~eo numoer oi s~gn- loecora omce. nov ers " .... :"" hasbeen filed with the un, der- HEINZ ............................................................ 21c ' LOST--Tan and green gab a,r-s:ign,ed, praying'for the vacation o+ GALLON CANS............................................ 63c d, ine3"ackee 2 weeks, ag.o Valu- Granite, Street in the Village of ' ' .a'.ble wrist watch, prayer book and Cold Spring, Minnesota, lying ~ am Home STRAWBERRIES ts l, r South of Fourth Street and North I11' - RASPBERRIES papers inpocke. L'beral rewad " ~ ' frozen ,llmm Packed for return.Finder please n otfify of the Great NorUhern Railway BLUEBERRIES ! ' OF THE---- R~cord office, fie. Campany rilght*o-~vay, wh,ich said t premises are more particularly de- i [ti WANTED--Roomers for three ] sc,Nbed as ~(~llows. ,," t LIMA BEANS ] | a ona rooms in all modern j~me. In-, ' A trac,t of lancl encomM~ss- Frozen ,, tables STRINGASPARAGUSBEANS ,.... 1 ' quire at the Record o ce tfc ed b quire at the Record o ce. tfc.I y a ,ln.e beginningA the FOR MORE ~S feed fresh[ ' =, -. Of Cold Spring, Minnesota ,,,, **,~,w ~ ............ Northeast corner of P~'oc!~ 3~, HILEX Bleach -- Qt. 21c, 1/2 Gal. 39c, Gal. 59c then~ due souUh ,oag the G ound Bone , vailable @ 4c] . , I.,o.ag ' AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT. 24, 1941 lb., at PETF_~ MARKET.- adv. East [boundary li e of sa4d ENERGYBleach -- Quart 19c -- Gallon 49c HUNTERS atteIltio,, Duck af Great', __.rther_n _R:a,fl- NEW -- TENDER -- HO1VI MADE pheasants dressed at ~asoaable way~ompany~ right >~ way, SKINLESS WEINERS ........................... 25c lb, LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ..................................... ~232,841.61 prices.--Gerald Leither. then@ Nor~easter!.y alp.rig OVERDRAFTS ................................................. 278.91 said ~ri.ghtfl'f way li~e to ehe PORK SHOULDERS, Half or Whole .... 17c lb. u. s. AND OTHER BONDS AND SECURITIES_- 90,142.16 NOTICE, FARMERSl Wes~ ~~ck E, ihence PORK LOINS, Half or Whole.............. 17c lb. All dead and disabled hor~es, ,due ~ ol~p~ along the said West BANKING HOUSE. FURNITURE & FIXTURI~S-- 4,159.00 hogs, cows, calves and ~',h~ep re-- lin~-~--'~ 1~ ~.'~BonC?r E+~.- the~o LIVER SAUSAGE ................................ 15c lb. CASH ON H ND DUE.FROM BANKS ...... 40,950,5 RIB BOILING BEEF .............................. 15e lb. ro 1 NorUhwestcorner thereo, OTHER ASSETS .................. 7_ .................................... 20.84 moved p mpty a~d ~e vf h ' ' ' charge. ift with each eall. ,Phone t en,ce d, ue W,e t across Gran- BEEF STEW ............................................ 17c lb. TOTAL .......................................... $568,393.14 Cold Spring 112.--Cold Spring4te Street to the p~lace ot~ .be- Dead A~imal Service, located' at Mike Bruner's Purol Staion. lyp. IF YOU HAVE any ears to junk, come and see us,---Hesse Black- smith Shop 6tp. 1 OR 2 ROOMERS WANTIiTD in mo,dern home. Phone 117. tfc Whdbe o.ak, 2x10" by 18 feet long, clear. J. A. Will, Lumber and Wrecking, St. Cloud, Minn. FOR SALE--TO CLOSE ES- TATE--160-acre a.rm 1 mile n,ovfl~west of St. N,ic'h~la~ and a 10-room ,h,o,me with ,two lots in Cold Sprin.g.---N,ieh.o'la~ Horamer d~ing Es,tate. See lYIng. Hommer- d.i~g, Ad~'in.!s,trator. tf. ginning, a ll ,in the Village of ,Go:ld Spring, Stearns C unty, M, innescta. NOW, THERE~FO~RE, NOTIC.Y IS HERE 3Y GIVEN, That a hear- ing on sa~id Peti,Uion will be held a~ the Vi~l.l~g,e Hall ~in said vil~lage Cold Spring on 7Uh day of Nov., 1941, a't 7:00 o'cl,ock P. M., at which time ~h.e undersigned ,~ill he~r all persons who w.ish to be witch re erence thereto. Dated this 23 day October, 1941. , VI,LLAC, E COUN~C~IL OF \J i COLD SPRING, MINN. \-~ By Pa,ul O. Theisen, President. By Joseph P. T heisen, Clerk. PORK STEAK .......................................... 21c lb. BACON SQUARES ................................ 18c lb. LARGE HAMS, Whole or Half ............ 25c lb. PICNIC HAMS ........................................ 21c lb. LEAN SIDE PORK -- Salted .............. 17c lb. DRESSED PLUMP HENS .................... 15c lb. DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS .......... 16c lb. STORE HOUR,.g--7:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Sundays---8:00 A. M. Until Noon -- Closed Sunday Afternoon. LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK ....................................................... $ 25,000.00 SURPLUS FUND ....................................................... 8,200.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS .......................................... 18,534.21 RESERVED FOR Dt~PRE.CIATION ..................... 1,700.00 DEPOSITS ............................................................... 514,953.83 OTHER LIABILITIE~S ................................................ 5.10 TOTAL .......................................... $568, 93.14 Anton E. Muggli, President Fred V. Stein, Cashier COLD SPRING, MINNESOTA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation